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Old 12-20-2010, 05:59 PM   #601
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Got my 14t puller today.. What size pinion does it take? I pulled the one off of my 25t torquemaster hand wound and the shaft is bigger diameter on the puller..
My 14t was the standard 1/8"
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My 14t was the standard 1/8"
So is mine.
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Old 12-20-2010, 07:50 PM   #603
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Hey John,

Got my 14t puller today.. What size pinion does it take? I pulled the one off of my 25t torquemaster hand wound and the shaft is bigger diameter on the puller..
I may have sent the wrong armature. Send me an email and we can work out the details of getting you fixed up.
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Old 12-21-2010, 12:26 AM   #604
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Are you replacing the puller motors that are no longer available for the heavy rigs like the 12,10 and 7 turn ones?
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Old 12-21-2010, 10:43 AM   #605
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Once these pullers are sold out, yes I will have a replacement brushed and brushless version to take the place. The brushed will be a 550 flavor, and the brushless is still getting made.
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Old 12-21-2010, 08:21 PM   #606
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The 550's, are they shorter than the pullers? How much bigger diameter?
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Email sent.

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Old 01-14-2011, 03:17 PM   #608
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For a scaler 12+ pounds with a summit trans, would you recommend the 10T puller on 3s or 14T puller on 6s? Not sure what to expect for heat on the 14T on 6s compared to the 10t on 3s

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Hi John, what size screws go into the puller motors at the motor mount?

I have scored one second hand but it has no screws, I've tried an M3 but that doesn't want to fit.
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Hi John, what size screws go into the puller motors at the motor mount?

I have scored one second hand but it has no screws, I've tried an M3 but that doesn't want to fit.
I believe they are either 3mm or (if I recall) 4-40. Mine is the standard version, not metric.
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For a scaler 12+ pounds with a summit trans, would you recommend the 10T puller on 3s or 14T puller on 6s? Not sure what to expect for heat on the 14T on 6s compared to the 10t on 3s

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The 10t on 3s will run a bit cooler. The 14t on 4s would be my personal choice.

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Hi John, what size screws go into the puller motors at the motor mount?

I have scored one second hand but it has no screws, I've tried an M3 but that doesn't want to fit.
4-40
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Old 01-31-2011, 05:37 PM   #612
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How many amps does a 10t pull in a stall?
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Old 01-31-2011, 05:41 PM   #613
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Depends on the batteries and resistance of the system. Lock it down at 11v and you could see 500 amps or more. In reality you would break parts before you got there.

What you are probably wanting to know is how much battery power you need. A good 35C 1300 pack does well at 3s. For extra punch use a 2200 size pack. If you get batteries for free use 1000mah packs and expect them to wear out fast. All recommendations on 3s.


7t and 10t armatures done and inventory of combos and product is refreshed. I may not be able to get more armatures, and if that is so then there will be no more 14t made. Only 6, 7, and 10t.
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Yep.


So I'm looking for about 40+ constant amp draw.


I actually have some 40C 1050s to try. We'll see what happens.
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Yessir. 35 amps has proven to be safe, but just a bit more headroom never hurts.
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I know it says recommended 35c but I'm just curious.
If I run a 10t with 2200 65c lipo,will I be taking any chances on breaking something or ???
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You can go higher rated, that is no problem.
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Would you recommend a 10t or 14t for 4Cell? Im planning on running a r2 2speed with disconnect or a summit trans. and it will be in a pretty heavy super (huge tuber project). At the same time I want to be able to stick the puller in my Twin force and bash around. Is the br-xl a good match for the puller motor? and Is the internal bec powerful enough to run one HS7980th?
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Old 03-11-2011, 09:20 PM   #619
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I have to compliment holmes hobbies on these amazing motors. I have a scx10 mostly stock that I put a 10t and torque master esc on. At 2 s the truck crawls better than with a 55t lathe. The low speed resolution is ridiculous. The truck would pull itself even with the absolute minimum input I could apply. Bump it up to 4s and wow. Low speed resolution has dropped off somewhat , but the overall feel of the truck is amazing. I'm currently running it a 4s on 2 blue lipo 2200 packs in series and I am in heaven. This is the setup I will have from now on in all my crawlers.

Amazing product John. I tip my hat to you.
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Hi I have standard drivetrain scx10 with a Novak Rooster esc and axial 55t motor that I plan to replace with either the Cobalt Puller 10t or Torquemaster Pro 35T... I'll be running 3000mah 2S lipo's.

What would be a better choose of motor for more wheel speed then the axial 55t without loosing torque?
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